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Federico Gutiérrez Pictures a ‘Perfect World’ in his Broken Bells Animated Sci-Fi Music Video

We invite Federico Gutiérrez to share the story of his pitch to Broken Bellsand the development of his animated music video for their track ‘Perfect World’.

Robert Mentov Documents the Lives of the Migrant Workers Behind India’s Buildings in ‘Bricks of Bengal’

Robert Mentov’s ‘Bricks of Bengal’ documents the lives of the migrant workers of the Sundarban Islands who make the vast numbers of bricks needed for India’s buildings. Mentov joins us to discuss how he captured this glimpse of another life.

DN319: Hide And Seek – Joanna Coates

Director Joanna Coates joins us ahead of her debut feature Hide And Seek’s world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss her raw take on the current crisis in youth culture.

Crossing Genres Across a Culture of Subtraction in Ramón Ayala’s Fashion Sci-Fi Short ‘People Like Us’

Ramón Ayala discusses how his fashion film commission ‘People Like Us’ transformed beyond the genre into a sci-fi tinged improvised meditation on enduring love, culpability and ‘otherness’.

Dreams Clash with Responsibilities High in the Indian Himalayas in Ross Harrison’s Documentary ‘Lifelines’

In his short film ‘Lifelines’ Ross Harrison documents the daily toil of Makar Singh, a 32 year old father who is compelled to leave his work in Deli and return to his village in the Indian Himalayas. Harrison tells DN how he brought Makar’s story of daily struggle to screen.

Mireia Pujol Documents Migrant Life on the Perilous Boarders in ‘Diary of Hunger’

Director Mireia Pujol shares her experiences of travelling to the Moroccan mountains to take testament from the migrants attempting to jump the barrier in the hopes of a more prosperous life in her OFFF documentary ‘Diary of Hunger’.

Surviving a Surprise Satanic Sex Party with ‘Black And White’ Director Richard Williamson

“Surviving a surprise sex party with your soul intact is tough.” DN speaks to Richard Williamson, director of wickedly dark psychological short ‘Black and White’.

Rémy Bazerque Experiments with the Tonal Shifts of Comedy & Suspense in Short Film ‘Happy Hour’

Director Rémy Bazerque and producer Tibo Travers join DN to discuss their short film ‘Happy Hour’, a stylistic experiment in tone and audience expectation.

Blake Bogosian Documents the Small Stories Which Make Us ’100 Percent Human’

In his lifelong micro-documentary portrait series ’100 Percent Human’ filmmaker Blake Bogosian documents the stories which make us who we are in beautifully direct to camera black and white. DN caught up with Bogosian to discover the production story behind the stories.

Nicolas Garnier & Sébastien Le Gallo Conjure up Ulrich Forman’s Ruined Inner World in ‘I Got You’

Born out of the bullet-time experiments of Parisian directing duo Nicolas Garnier and Sébastien Le Gallo, the music video for Ulrich Forman track ‘I Got You’ is an impressive, jaw dropping visual effects feast. The duo share the secrets behind their effects magic.